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Things you must know about Fiancé and Marriage Visa
Confusion, Worry and Stress. That is what we hear in the voice clients the first time they call us. Fortunately, these feelings are generally replaced by relief as we complete our initial consultation either in person or online.
Mistakes which can create lengthy delays at the least or denials at the Worst.
In general, most cases should be approved without any problems. But, Because of the huge volume of submitted applications, even a small mistake or an error might result in the rejection of your form or delay in the processing of your Green Card application.
To-the-point roadmap to understand the process and its required steps.
Some common errors and potential issues, applicants may face while processing their marriage-based family petition. Rules and regulations change frequently. Contact us for individualized legal advice from our attorney.
Information On United States Citizenship
The final step in the immigration process for a lawful permanent resident is to obtain United States citizenship through the naturalization process. Depending on the applicant's background, this may be confusing or complicated. Travel history, criminal backgrounds, civics tests, language requirements and other issues that could potentially overcome applicants' attainment of United States citizenship.
Application for Naturalization (Form N-400): Naturalization is the process of obtaining United States citizenship for legal permanent residents (green cardholders). The process can be quite complicated due to the rules and requirements and the documentation and information needed to get citizenship.
Certificate of Citizenship-N600
A person can become a U.S. citizen through parents or by birth. To obtain official...
Certificate of Naturalization- N400
The final step in the immigration process for a lawful permanent resident ...
Acquisition of Citizenship
A child born to a U.S. Citizen mother outside the U.S. may acquire citizenship by ..
Automatic derivation of US Citizenship
If you are a permanent resident, and you are the spouse of a U.S. citizen that is regularly..
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Visa for Tourism & Visit
The B-2 classification is suitable for those planning to visit the US for pleasure. The intent during the time of the ..
Visa for Business
The B1visa is a Business Visitor visa, available to visitors who are seeking temporary entry into the U.S. to ..
Visa for Employment
Temporary worker visas are for persons who wish to enter the United States for employment lasting a fixed ..
A U.S. Citizen or permanent resident, may be eligible to sponsor their relative to get a green card (immigrant visa) in the United States. A U.S. citizen may sponsor his or her close family members like spouse, unmarried children under 21 years of age, Unmarried son or daughter over 21, Married son or daughter of any age, Brother or sister, if the sponsor is at least 21 years old, or Parent, if the sponsor is at least 21 years old. While, permanent resident may sponsor their spouse or unmarried son or daughter of any age.
Our Immigration attorneys keep on educating people on immigration laws. We often arrange informative seminars or meetings for our clients and for other aspirants with a motive to educate them about the new updates. Also we provide educating information to our clients through skype, emailers, and calls. It is a great pride that our clients have Honoured us by giving true feedback on being the best immigration lawyers. Always remember that “a good attorney can be the difference between an approval and a denial of your petition and its always better to get it right the first time.
The Application Processing for a Visa (Immigrant or Non-Immigrant)
Application Processing for Immigrant Visa
Application Process for Non-Immigrant Visa
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Our Law firm will help you to get CR 1 or K1 visa without stress and delay.
Bring your spouse or Fiancé to live in the U.S as a Permanent Resident and Obtain the right to live happily ever after.Our Experienced Team are better equipped to understand the law and determine how it applies to your specific situation.